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Putting a new spin on classic plays

Making his first appearance as a director at Theatre Erindale, ted witzel is in the process of directing Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle....

A fresh start for Theatre Erindale

Theatre Erindale is in the midst of a new chapter. On May 2, 2016, David Matheson, a well-educated actor, teacher, and director, took over...

Riding the waves: Compass and Mindwaves book launch on the horizon

The professional writing and communication program presents their annual book launch of student-written publications on March 30 at Theatre Erindale. But this time around,...

Actors soar in season’s closing production

One of the first signs of a great play is that you don’t know you’re watching it.Let me explain that a little better. It’s...

Blackfriar actors have good sea legs

I somehow managed to talk myself into the idea that Pericles, Prince of Tyre, the second installment in Theatre Erindale’s Blackfriars Project, would somehow...

Onstage hullaballoo walks the plank

The opening of Theatre Erindale’s Comedy of Errors, written by William Shakespeare and directed by David Matheson, uses projections to create a world. Waves...

Saints and satyrs of the liberal arts

Theatre Erindale’s latest concoction, Uncommon Women and Others, is spellbinding. Set at a prestigious liberal arts college for women, Wendy Wasserstein’s play takes the...

Out of sight, but never out of mind

Approaching the halfway mark in its “Silver Season”, Theatre Erindale introduces its production of Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon Women and Others, a play that takes...

Dishing the dirt on Greek dramatics

With tech week—also known as crunch time—starting next week, Theatre Erindale cast and crew are all extremely busy. I sit down with Autumn Smith,...

Rhythm’s latest fireproof show

At Theatre Erindale last Friday night, the UTM dance group Rhythm treated a packed house to their original show Fireproof. The show was a...

Theatre Erindale wraps up a successful year

I walked out of the Thursday night preview of Mary Vingoe’s Living Curiosities or What You Will thinking about a lot of things. I...

The Greek Connection

Take a French play that is set in Greece, translate it into English, et voila! Theatre Erindale's production of Andromache is the resulting dramatic...
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